Virtual reality (VR) development involves creating immersive, digital experiences that can be interacted with using a VR headset. The development process requires knowledge of game design, coding, and 3D modeling. Developers use software such as Unity or Unreal Engine to build environments, assets, and interactive elements. VR development can be applied to a variety of industries, including entertainment, education, and healthcare. VR experiences can range from games and simulations to training and therapy programs. The technology continues to evolve and improve, with advancements such as haptic feedback and eye-tracking creating even more realistic and immersive experiences. As VR becomes more mainstream, the demand for VR developers is expected to rise and the potential applications for the technology continue to expand.